Gilmore Girls full-length trailer triggers 'ovaries explosion' in fans

Netflix released the first full-length trailer for the four-part series revival on Tuesday, sending fans into a frenzy.

4-part series revival premieres on Nov. 25

Actors Alexis Bledel (left) and Lauren Graham appear as Rory and Lorelai Gilmore in a scene from Netflix's reboot of the popular television dramedy Gilmore Girls. The streaming service stoked fans' hunger for the four-part series Tuesday by releasing the first full-length trailer. (Netflix/YouTube)

Gilmore Girls fans were transported back to Stars Hollow for two minutes Tuesday as Netflix released the first full-length trailer for its upcoming revival series Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.

Actors Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel reprise their roles as the quick-quipping mother-and-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory Gilmore in the reboot of the popular television dramedy set in a fictional New England town.

The four-part series picks up nine years after the end of the original and fans are lapping up every detail revealed in the new trailer.

Netflix had already revealed a number of details, including the participation of Melissa McCarthy as bumbling genius chef Sookie as well as the return of all three actors who portrayed Rory's serious love interests: Milo Ventimiglia as the books- and music-loving badboy Jess Mariano, Matt Czuchry as trust-fund baby Logan Huntzberger and Jared Padalecki as devoted first love Dean Forester.

But seeing their favourite characters walking and talking in the new footage triggered a visceral reaction in some fans.

For Graham, whose portrayal of the romantically challenged single mom Lorelai saw her nominated for an Emmy and Golden Globe, expressed her pleasure for all the excitement.

Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life makes its global premiere on Nov. 25.

With files from The Associated Press